Could you imagine waiting anxiously to see your best friend on the most exciting day of your life? The entire bridal party worked together to make sure these two had no chance of catching a glimpse of one another leading up to their first look on their wedding day. When the time finally came for the big moment, Kelsey tapped on her soon-to-be husband's shoulder so he could turn to finally see his beautiful bride. Their love for one another was palpable and the smiles as big as could be (including mine behind the camera). We were surrounded by lots of greenery and with Jason standing over the little pond, the beautiful setting perfectly complimented all of the feels of their first look!
The ceremony was held in the Atrium of the Manor house. With a ceiling and back wall composed of completely glass, the sunshine lit up the whole room and made it feel like a dream. Kelsey and Jason's contagious smiles continued throughout the ceremony and they made it so easy to capture some amazing shots!
The Manor house venue was BEAUTIFUL and their outdoor landscaping was a perfect backdrop for portraits. We used this to our advantage and took portraits throughout the venue and they turned out beautifully!
Kelsey and Jason: Thank you for allowing me to capture your first day as husband and wife and for being so kind and easy-going. Your day was delightful, from the details of your "something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue" to the fun-filled reception. It was truly perfect!
The Creative Team
Floral: The Flowerman • Venue:Manor House • DJ: Airborne Entertainment • Bride’s gown: Louise Christine Bridal Boutique Designed by: Essence of Australia • Bridesmaid’s dresses: Davids Bridal • Cake: Camille • Hair & MUA: Nahraine Stone; Ladies who Glam •Invitations: Breanna Curtin • Photography: Kayla Bertke Photography & Design •Planner: Shannon Wullen Weber